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Dec 31, 1969


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• PRB invites applications for 82 new flats
• Rai Ki Wai sold for $6.95mn
• Housing Authority secures 167 leases
• 167 new lots ready for sale
• Waila City project progressing slowly
• Work on PRB flats to commence soon
• New housing scheme to benefit thousands
• Rai Ki Wai estate on Wakaya goes on sale
• Familes relocate to allow development
• More families benefit from housing policy

 
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TECHNOLOGY
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ENTERTAINMENT
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